Leading the Rounds

The Main Course: Lt. Gen. Dr. Mark Hertling on Inter-Professional Physician-Leadership Development

October 12, 2020 Caleb Sokolowski & Peter Dimitrion Season 1 Episode 13
Leading the Rounds
The Main Course: Lt. Gen. Dr. Mark Hertling on Inter-Professional Physician-Leadership Development
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Leading the Rounds
The Main Course: Lt. Gen. Dr. Mark Hertling on Inter-Professional Physician-Leadership Development
Oct 12, 2020 Season 1 Episode 13
Caleb Sokolowski & Peter Dimitrion

Lieutenant General Mark Hertling retiring from the US Army in January 2013 and recently served as Senior Vice President at Florida Hospital. He is now an advisor to the Advent Health Leadership Institute, where he designed and teaches a physician and healthcare strategic leadership development program. His book, Growing Physician Leaders, was published in May 2016. Mark served in the US Army as the Commanding General of the US Army Europe, after leading over 60,000 soldiers and partnering with the Armies of 51 other nations. He served a total of 38 months in combat, including a tour Commanding the US Army’s 1st Armored Division and Task Force Iron in Northern Iraq for 15 months during the surge. He was also the First commander of the Army’s Initial Military Training Command, where he revamped basic training for incoming soldiers, and he also commanded at each of the Army's three training centers. Among many of Mark’s awards and decorations are the Distinguished Service Medal, several Bronze Stars, the Purple Heart, the Parachutist Badge and awards from international governments including Romania, Poland, Germany, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait.

In 2019, Mark received a Doctorate in Business Administration from the Crummer School of Business at Rollins College, where his thesis addressed the efficacy of formalized leadership programs for physicians and healthcare administrators. After retiring from the Army, LTG Hertling was appointed by President Obama as one of 25 members to the President’s Council on Fitness, Sport and Nutrition. Mark serves as an advisor to the non-profit organizations “Mission: Readiness” in California, “Operation Gratitude” in Washington DC. He is an adjunct scholar at West Point’s Modern War Institute, serves as an executive member of the Dean's Alliance at the School of Public Health of Indiana University, and is an adjunct professor of strategic leadership at the Crummer School of Business at Rollins College. He is the senior military and national security analyst for CNN/CNN International. Mark is married to his best friend, Sue and they have two sons, and five grandsons.

If you want more information about us or our podcast, you can visit leadingtherounds.com 


Show Notes

Lieutenant General Mark Hertling retiring from the US Army in January 2013 and recently served as Senior Vice President at Florida Hospital. He is now an advisor to the Advent Health Leadership Institute, where he designed and teaches a physician and healthcare strategic leadership development program. His book, Growing Physician Leaders, was published in May 2016. Mark served in the US Army as the Commanding General of the US Army Europe, after leading over 60,000 soldiers and partnering with the Armies of 51 other nations. He served a total of 38 months in combat, including a tour Commanding the US Army’s 1st Armored Division and Task Force Iron in Northern Iraq for 15 months during the surge. He was also the First commander of the Army’s Initial Military Training Command, where he revamped basic training for incoming soldiers, and he also commanded at each of the Army's three training centers. Among many of Mark’s awards and decorations are the Distinguished Service Medal, several Bronze Stars, the Purple Heart, the Parachutist Badge and awards from international governments including Romania, Poland, Germany, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait.

In 2019, Mark received a Doctorate in Business Administration from the Crummer School of Business at Rollins College, where his thesis addressed the efficacy of formalized leadership programs for physicians and healthcare administrators. After retiring from the Army, LTG Hertling was appointed by President Obama as one of 25 members to the President’s Council on Fitness, Sport and Nutrition. Mark serves as an advisor to the non-profit organizations “Mission: Readiness” in California, “Operation Gratitude” in Washington DC. He is an adjunct scholar at West Point’s Modern War Institute, serves as an executive member of the Dean's Alliance at the School of Public Health of Indiana University, and is an adjunct professor of strategic leadership at the Crummer School of Business at Rollins College. He is the senior military and national security analyst for CNN/CNN International. Mark is married to his best friend, Sue and they have two sons, and five grandsons.

If you want more information about us or our podcast, you can visit leadingtherounds.com